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CNC Machining
Custom Instrument Panels

Walsh Avionics can fabricate/manufacture instrument panels and provide other custom CNC services as required.  We fabricate a comprehensive range of specialised and custom wires and cables, as required.  

Our ‘in-house’ services help Walsh Avionics maintain our competitive edge…our in-house capabilities include:


  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining

  • Custom Instrument Panels

  • UV Laser Wire Marking

  • Silk Screening Coordination

  • Fabrication of Wires & Cables


Walsh Avionics owns and operates one of the largest precision CNC Instrument Panel cutting machines in Western Australia.  Our in-house equipment allows us to provide custom CNC services for panel fabrication for aircraft, maintenance facilities and to anyone requiring custom fabrication of high quality, precision made panels.

Walsh Avionics are among the few organisations in Australia who provide “complete” avionics solutions for your aircraft from avionics components and instrumentation to the design, fabrication, supply and installation of custom high quality, precision made instrument panels.  For aircraft owners, we can design and install a new custom instrument panel or re-design a portion of your panel.  


Walsh Avionics can complete fabrication of any custom panel promptly and cost effectively…giving you the highest quality solution to your upgrade.

We can take your design input via paper plot / fax / email, or we can accept AutoCad DWG or DXF file formats and as we cut the panels in-house you are free to manipulate the panel layout to suit your individual needs.


The Panel Pro™ model 5925 is a computer controlled router optimized for aluminium sheet metal 1/8″ thick.  It is at home in avionics shops, or anywhere complex routing is required. 


It has an x axis (width) travel of 59 inches, y axis (height) travel of 25 inches, and a z axis (up and down) travel of 3.125 inches.  With multiple passes, aluminium as thick as 1/2″ can be cut.  All 3 axis are computer driven with heavy duty NEMA size 23 stepper that outperform older size 34 motors.

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